heed (n.) Old form(s): heede
consideration, care, attention
Cor V.vi.62[Aufidius to Lords] have you with heed perused / What I have written to you?
H5 V.ii.80[French King to King Henry, of the clauses in the treaty] with better heed / To re-survey them
H8 III.ii.80[Cromwell to Wolsey, of King Henry] a heed / Was in his countenance
TNK III.vi.232[Emilia to Theseus, of his oath] Not made in passion neither, but good heed
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